• Hey there songwriters! Don't forget, we have an opportunity to network together tomorrow and talk about our songwriting! Looking for inspiration? -- then we will see you TOMORROW!!! Are you "Pitching" songs every week? If your answer is NO then, as a songwriter, and as a community, we need HELP! The goal of this group is to assist each other, to network and collaborate so we can eventually get to the point of having songwriting as a money-making hobby -- not just a DREAM!!! Having

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    What's up songwriters! I know we don't network again with each other until NEXT WEEK but I thought I would reach out to you with some cool information I just learned! I Tweet a lot! If you don't already follow me you can @OsieBrown. Recently one of my clients that I have done mixes for in the past asked me how to get her music known! She is also an artist and needed some tips on how she can grow her audience. Here are two links I was able to Tweet to her and I think she is beginning to see

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    If you're a songwriter I am sure you know what a DAW is. But just in case -- the Digital Audio Workstation is the updated / newfangled sequencing software for your computer. Here's my little history lesson... Back in the day when I was a teenager, before I had status and before I had a pager, there used to be sequencers that came with keyboards. Boards like the M1, (which I still use in my studio today) allowed you to program the sounds into loops that you could string together to make your

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    Good morning songwriters! It's another day and yet another opportunity to dust off some of your old ideas and turn them into radio-ready hits! But hits are hard to accomplish without practice and goals. So that's where this weeks meetup comes in... I personally have been spending a lot of time going through my own vault and resigning tunes. It's been a rewarding process. But the songwriter process is one that alludes us most when we have writers block. So I want to talk about that this week

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    Ok so I had a great fun experience working with a new producer on a project in LA. And he taught me something about working with new artists that I had never seen before. He called it yogurt. You wanna try some? Ok here goes... The artist was young and a bit inexperienced with making a song her own. As part of the writing process, the creative process, this producer thought it would be a good idea to have the artist just hum or play around with melodies to the track -- which was an amazing

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